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Finalist National Book Critics Circle AwardFinalist National Book Award in NonfictionA New York Times Book Review “The Year in Reading” SelectionAll wars are fought twice the first time on the battlefield the second time in memory From the author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Sympathizer comes a searching exploration of the conflict Americans call the Vietnam War and Vietnamese call the American War—a conflict that lives on in the collective memory of both nations“A gorgeous multifaceted examination of the war Americans call the Vietnam War—and which Vietnamese call the American War…As a writer Nguyen brings every conceivable gift—wisdom wit compassion curiosity—to the impossible yet crucial work of arriving at what he calls ‘a just memory’ of this war”—Kate Tuttle Los Angeles Times“In Nothing Ever Dies his unusually thoughtful consideration of war self deception and forgiveness Viet Thanh Nguyen penetrates deeply into memories of the Vietnamese war…An important book which hits hard at self serving myths”—Jonathan Mirsky Literary Review“Ultimately Nguyen’s lucid arresting and richly sourced inuiry in the mode of Susan Sontag and W G Sebald is a call for true and just stories of war and its perpetual legacy”—Donna Seaman Booklist starred reviewFinalist National Book Critics Circle AwardFinalist National Book Award in NonfictionA New York Times Book Review “The Year in Reading” SelectionAll wars are fought twice the first time on the battlefield the second time in memory From the author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Sympathizer comes a searching exploration of the conflict Americans call the Vietnam War and Vietnamese call the American War—a conflict that lives on in the collective memory of both nations“A gorgeous multifaceted examination of the war Americans call the Vietnam War—and which Vietnamese call the American War…As a writer Nguyen brings every conceivable gift—wisdom wit compassion curiosity—to the impossible yet crucial work of arriving at what he calls ‘a just memory’ of this war”—Kate Tuttle Los Angeles Times“In Nothing Ever Dies his unusually thoughtful consideration of war self deception and forgiveness Viet Thanh Nguyen penetrates deeply into memories of the Vietnamese war…An important book which hits hard at self serving myths”—Jonathan Mirsky Literary Review“Ultimately Nguyen’s lucid arresting and richly sourced inuiry in the mode of Susan Sontag and W G Sebald is a call for true and just stories of war and its perpetual legacy”—Donna Seaman Booklist starred reviewFinalist National Book Critics Circle AwardFinalist National Book Award in NonfictionA New York Times Book Review “The Year in Reading” SelectionAll wars are fought twice the first time on the battlefield the second time in memory From the author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Sympathizer comes a searching exploration of the conflict Americans call the Vietnam War and Vietnamese call the American War—a conflict that lives on in the collective memory of both nations“A gorgeous multifaceted examination of the war Americans call the Vietnam War—and which Vietnamese call the American War…As a writer Nguyen brings every conceivable gift—wisdom wit compassion curiosity—to the impossible yet crucial work of arriving at what he calls ‘a just memory’ of this war”—Kate Tuttle Los Angeles Times“In Nothing Ever Dies his unusually thoughtful consideration of war self deception and forgiveness Viet Thanh Nguyen penetrates deeply into memories of the Vietnamese war…An important book which hits hard at self serving myths”—Jonathan Mirsky Literary Review“Ultimately Nguyen’s lucid arresting and richly sourced inuiry in the mode of Susan Sontag and W G Sebald is a call for true and just stories of war and its perpetual legacy”—Donna Seaman Booklist starred review